I’ve been waiting for a few weeks to tell you about some really cool Homeschool Interviews…that are free for you to listen. This is the perfect way to start the school year! Let me tell you about it.
How Do YOU Start Your New School Year RIGHT?
Listen to the BEST of our
Homeschool Super Heroes!
Every day next week, we’ll play one of our BEST Homeschool Super Heroes interviews . . . and you can listen for FREE. Just enter your email in the box below:
You’ll get all the details via email so you can listen. Each interview will be available during the week of August 27th – 31st, 2018.
Let Me Ask You A Question:
What if you could sit in the home of an experienced homeschooler, asking any question you have about homeschooling?
.The answer is “OF COURSE”!.
If you have just 1 minute, I’ll show you the next best thing. . .
A private invitation to listen to our BEST Homeschool Super Heroes for FREE.
Why am I doing this?
I know what it’s like to be in the trenches as a homeschool mom. Sometimes you need a little encouragement or a few fun tricks from experienced homeschoolers. Real homeschool parents who have real experience balancing school & family with cooking, cleaning & chauffeuring. On our Homeschool Super Heroes interviews, you’ll get answer to questions you have on your mind.
How do I know this?
My daughters are homeschool graduates who are considering how they might homeschool their children in the future. They ask our Super Heroes exactly how to approach homeschooling. They also ask specific questions in each Super Hero’s field of expertise. You can reserve your seat right here:
Let me tell you who you’ll be hearing from . . . We’re still confirming this year’s line-up.
Rebecca is a child of God, married to the love of her life, and the mother of three children. She writes about faith, marriage, parenting, nutrition and homeschooling at Mom’s Mustard Seeds.
Rebecca’s favorite resource to recommend to homeschoolers is: The Blessing of Chores
Rebecca will share:
- How to integrating children’s learning around the Bible vs. just throwing the Bible in as a separate subject
- Discipling your child…a parent’s responsibility vs. God’s responsibility
- Staying strong through the trials of life and maintaining a strong marriage
Kim Kautzer (WriteShop)
Kim Kautzer is WriteShop’s creative director and co-author of WriteShop I and II. More than anything, Kim loves to encourage and equip homeschool moms who have a tough time teaching writing. From her own experience, she can identify with the feeling of failure that follows when blank paper, reluctant child, and insecure parent share the same space.
Her inspiring workshops help you discover that teaching writing is more objective than you think, and with the right tools, you can guide and motivate your struggling writer.
Kim and Jim homeschooled for 15 years, graduating their youngest in 2003. Bitten by the travel bug, the Kautzers trek as far away as England to visit their kids and grandkids. The rest of the time, they make their home in Southern California, where Kim enjoys reading, growing veggies, tinkering with the Sunday crossword, and drinking tea.
Award-winning WriteShop, her unique and successful writing program, has been honored as one of Cathy Duffy’s 102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum. Kim blogs about writing at writeshop.com/blog.
Kim’s favorite resource to recommend to homeschoolers is: WriteShop Basic I Set.
Kim will share:
- Helpful writings tips for grades K-3
- Guiding your child in topics and prompts
- Teaching writing when mom isn’t confident
Rachael Carman (Apologia)
Rachael Carman had it going on – or so she thought. After surviving sixty-three months of pregnancy, countless sleepless nights, and 35,000+ diapers, this one-time control freak encountered God’s grace. And she encourages you to do the same!
In her books How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You? and How to Have a HEART for Your Kids, , Rachael challenges mothers to surrender their will and draw closer to their heavenly Father. She invites moms to join her in loving God passionately and worshiping him fully while sweeping up Cheerios, doing laundry, and planning dinner. You will be affirmed in your role as a mother as Rachael speaks of her struggles with perfectionism and impatience and shares her challenges, failures, and victories amid the ever-changing seasons of life. Her honesty will surprise you, and her humor will put you at ease.
Rachael is not only a respected author but is also a sought-after speaker. She has spoken across the United States as well as in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
She has been married to her husband, Davis, since 1986. Together, their life has been a roller-coaster ride, with God at the controls. They have seven kids with whom they love to laugh. Rachael enjoys playing in the dirt, eating dark chocolate, and walking on the beach. She and Davis are the owners of Apologia Educational Ministries.
Rachael’s favorite resource to recommend to homeschoolers is: Apologia
Rachael will share:
- Learn how to find God in all the noise and commotion of having kids and homeschooling.
- Find out how to notebook and see how it can change your child’s schooling.
- Discover what it means to “invest” in your child.
Rachael is giving away 2 copies of each of her books: How Many Times do I Have To Tell You? and How to Have a H.E.A.R.T. for Your Kids. Enter to win by clicking here.
Leslie Nunnery is the co-founder of Teach Them Diligently Convention along with her husband David. She is the homeschool mother of four children who range in age from 11-18. God has given her a strong burden to minister to Christian families to help support, encourage and equip them to disciple their children, protect their marriages, and serve God in the ways He has planned for them.
She is an advocate of home education with a strong focus on discipleship which is evidenced in her writings and the events her family produces. She is also heavily involved in mission endeavors through Worldwide Tentmakers, for which her husband serves as a president and Teach Them Diligently supports.
Leslie’s favorite resource to recommend to homeschoolers is: Teach Them Diligently 365
- Changing the world by getting our children involved in missions
- Shepherding our children’s hearts and truly discipling them
- Balancing God, life, homeschool, and work
Kerry has been encouraging homeschool parents for the past 15 years, as she and her family traveled to book shows. She loves to encourage young moms to follow God’s leading as they raise their children to godliness. Kerry also likes teaching moms and teachers the best strategies to teach “how to write.”
Having started How to Homeschool My Child(previously Curriculum Connection) with her elementary aged kids 15 years ago, she continues to enjoy helping families involve their children in a family business.
Kerry speaks at homeschool conferences like Teach Them Diligently and has been featured in the Ultimate Homeschool Expo & Homeschooling Today. Kerry has three children, 2 son-in-laws & 2 precious granddaughters. Her daughters, Ashley and Gentry, are interviewing our Homeschool Super Heroes.
Kerry’s favorite resource to recommend to homeschoolers is: Complete Leadership Package for Homeschoolers
Kerry will share:
- How to choose the right activities for your family
- How to schedule your time
- How to reduce the number of activities for your kids
- How moms can feel refreshed each week & ready to homeschool
Kerry is giving away a paperback copy of Raising Leaders, Not Followers: Biblical Perspective of Leadership Education (Christian Leadership Series 1) and Approaches to Christian Homeschooling. Enter to win by clicking here.
All you have to do is reserve your seat for Homeschool Super Heroes Week & you’ll have access each day to practical tips & tricks for you to start your year right.
And it won’t cost you a dime!
Did you read that?
It won’t cost you a dime!
No traveling to your state convention.
No hotel expenses.
No registration fees.
Just enter your email below and you’ll be sent all the info you need to listen to our Homeschool Super Heroes during August 27th – 31st, 2018.
Do it RIGHT NOW!
Question: What is your biggest struggle in homeschooling? You can leave a comment by clicking here.